NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Journalist and author Bob Woodward who gained fame during the 1970s Watergate political scandal and recent wrote a book about the Trump administration, will appear at the State Theatre on Dec. 10.
Titled "An Evening with Bob Woodward - The State of the American Presidency," the renown journalist will appear on stage with former New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman serving as moderator.
Woodward has worked for The Washington Post for 47 years and is the winner of numerous American journalism awards, including two Pulitzer Prizes, the first with colleague Carl Bernstein for their Watergate coverage, and the second as the lead reporter for the Post's coverage of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
He will give a behind-the-scenes view of his work from Watergate through his latest book, "Fear: Trump in the Whitehouse."
During this show Woodward will provide an inside look into the Trump presidency.
Tickets for the evening range $35 to $85.
Woodward has written 19 best-selling books, including 13 that topped the best-sellers list.
Whitman, president of The Whitman Strategy Group, a consulting firm that specializes in energy and environmental issues, served as governor from 1994 to 2001, and was the first woman governor of the state. She also served as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency from January 2001 until June 2003 under President George W. Busch.